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    • Design of a Real-Time Embedded Control System for Quantum Computing Experiments 

      Rademacher, Richard (University of Waterloo, 2020-01-27)
      This thesis describes the design of a real-time control system for trapped ion quantum computer experiments. It is framed in the context of the QuantumIon project, a project at the University of Waterloo’s ...
    • Flag Fault-Tolerant Error Correction with Qudits 

      Durso-Sabina, Elijah (University of Waterloo, 2022-01-20)
      In this thesis, I explore fault-tolerant quantum error correction using qudits. I show that a specific flag-fault-tolerant procedure for the five-qubit code may be extended to work on the five qudit code for any prime ...
    • Measuring Trapped Ion Qudits 

      Bramman, Brendan (University of Waterloo, 2019-09-26)
      Quantum information has typically focused on using 2-level qubits to perform simulation and computation. We propose to expand the number of levels for computation using qudits, where \(d>2\). Doing so could be a viable ...
    • Tolerable Experimental Imperfections for a Quadrupole Blade Ion Trap and Practical Qudit Gates with Trapped Ions 

      Low, Pei Jiang (University of Waterloo, 2019-09-26)
      Trapped ions are one of the leading technologies in quantum information technology due to their long coherence time and low noise presence. For trapping ions, there are a plethora of ion trap architectures. Among them ...
    • Vacuum and Optical Designs for an Open-access Trapped Ion Quantum Processor 

      Greenberg, Noah (University of Waterloo, 2020-09-21)
      This thesis focuses on the design of a vacuum system for a trapped ion quantum computer that will house an advanced ion chip trap from Sandia National Laboratories, capable of performing high fidelity operations on up to ...


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